Cover / June 6, 2018 Family Fun Under the Connecticut Sun 2018

By Tribuna Staff

Warmer weather and brighter, longer days provide the perfect opportunity for getting out and experiencing all the new events and activities around the state. Unwind with a relaxing outing and savor the tranquility of the season or step it up with some spectacular summer adventures. Here’s a list of spots across the state to bound...

American Dream Series, News / June 6, 2018 The Story of Elmer Palma

By Maria Danniella Gutiérrez- Salem Foreign Lawyer – Venezuela

Our interviewee today is a very active member of our community. His name is Elmer Palma. Tell me how you started your life in the United States? “I think I should say the usual phrase that it was not easy. It seems incredible how 28 years have passed since I arrived in Stamford, Connecticut, from...

Politics / June 6, 2018 Connecticut’s Lieutenant Governor Primaries Confront Gender, Generation and Race

By Mark Pazniokas | CTMirror.org

The office is derided as a spare part of government, a job with few duties other than being available should the boss go ill or worse. But primaries for lieutenant governor in Connecticut are asking Democrats and Republicans to think about their openness and appeal to millennials and minorities in a decidedly unsettled election cycle....

First Brazilian Business Owners Prayer Meeting Breakfast in Danbury

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First Brazilian Business Owners Prayer Meeting Breakfast in Danbury

By Mariana Silva

The Danbury Council of Pastors (CONPAS) gathered in the morning of January 17 with local business owners to pray for the city’s prosperity and, therefore, to plant the seed of unity among business entrepreneurs in Danbury. The meeting was held at the Assembly of God Church, with the attendance of many local and regional religious leaders….

Elizardi Castro’s: LAW & DISorder

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Elizardi Castro’s: LAW & DISorder

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Comedy comes to Bridgeport on February 11, when popular funny man Eli Castro returns to The Klein in his all-new show, Law & Disorder. Combining his Puerto Rican heritage with American culture, Eli reveals his tumultuous journey of a prosecutor, turned defense attorney, turned comedian! Proceeds from this performance will benefit arts education in Bridgeport!…

The Role of Prescription in the Opioid Crisis

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The Role of Prescription in the Opioid Crisis

By Jonathan A. Harris

  Several years ago, we wrote a column for “Get Smart – Pass It On” addressing the importance of safely disposing of expired or unused prescription drugs. At that time, the primary concern was that unused drugs, especially opioids, could fall into the hands of young, curious children who could be accidentally poisoned, or in…

CT a Likely Target of Trump’s New Immigration Policy

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CT a Likely Target of Trump’s New Immigration Policy

By Ana Radelat - CT Mirror

With its policy of not turning over all undocumented aliens requested by federal officials, Connecticut is likely to be in the crosshairs of President Donald Trump’s new immigration policy, outlined in twin executive orders issued Wednesday, January 25. With a stroke of the pen, Trump is trying to do what some Republicans in the last…

For the Trump Administration to Know, and for the American People to Find Out

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For the Trump Administration to Know, and for the American People to Find Out

By Emanuela Palmares

U.S. President Donald Trump’s promise to “keep America safe,” is bound to reach well beyond the Muslim world, affecting global businesses, universities and tourism — in essence all LEGAL immigration, before giving us a plan to address illegal immigration beyond a border wall. His draft proposals, along with an executive order on Jan. 27 halting…

Time to Reflect on What Changes We Want to Make for Ourselves on an Individual Basis

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Time to Reflect on What Changes We Want to Make for Ourselves on an Individual Basis

By Estela Camacho

Happy New Year to our Tribuna readers! We would like to take this opportunity to thank the Tribuna publisher and editorial staff for encouraging and allowing us to write in the sports section for the Danbury Athletic Youth Organization (DAYO). We appreciate the opportunity given to us! The beginning of every year is a time…

After 3-Year Hiatus, State Seeks Bids to Open New Charter Schools

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After 3-Year Hiatus, State Seeks Bids to Open New Charter Schools

By Jacqueline Rabe Thomas - CT Mirror

The State Department of Education is seeking applications for new charter schools – sending a glimmer of hope to those waiting years to pitch their idea for a new state-funded school. It’s been three years since the department last requested applications for charter schools and nearly two-and-a-half since the state education board gave the nod for…

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